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Career skills revisited: How to thrive during uncertainty
We are re-releasing this popular episode where Mark Broadhead and Rich Hirst discuss ways to thrive during uncertainty. They offer practical tips and advice on how to develop these skills, such as taking responsibility, looking for the gift in every situation, and focusing your energy in the direction of growth and learning.
Excel Yourself: LET Function
The LET function enables you to use variables within your Excel formulas. This means you can avoid using helper cells and create standalone formulas to solve real-world problems. Currently, it is only available in the subscription version of Excel.
Career Skills Revisited: How trust and respect builds productive working relationships
This career skills revisited episode features Andrew Seinor FCPA, co-creator of The H Factor, and Sainyog Prajapati CPA, founder of Next Climb and F360. They discuss how they work together on strategic planning, the benefits of digital innovation, and how mutual respect and trust are key to a productive working relationship. Listen now.
Excel yourself: Top tips on formatting in Excel
Once you have your figures right, the next step is presenting them. Here are a few ideas to help you improve your formatting and make your files easier to read, understand and use. Listen now.
Reviewing charities’ financial information: A discussion
Listen in to hear a discussion on financial reporting by charities, particularly in the context of the ACNC’s surveillance program.
Tax tips 2021 part 4: Side hustles and the gig economy
Learn what’s considered a hobby vs a business, information on claiming income and deductions, and why tax agents should be talking to clients about record keeping for next year.